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Where To Find Ralts In Pokemon Sword & Shield


One of the most challenging Pokemon to track down, Ralts. This guide tells you Where To Find Ralts In Pokemon Sword & Shield including information on foggy weather, when and where to find Ralts, and how best to catch him.

Ralts can be found in other weathers but the spawn rate is incredibly low. For a higher chance at encountering Ralts, nearly guaranteed, you must explore this area during Foggy weather. You can check out our weather symbols guide if you’re uncertain of what symbol means what.

Where To Find Ralts In Pokemon Sword & Shield

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You can find Ralts here, in the Rolling Fields, when there is foggy weather. Fog is unlike other weather types, it does not appear often until you have fully completed the game. I had completed all gyms, become the Champion and even caught the legendary for my version.

Ralts will try to flee if it sees you coming. As such, it’s a good idea to start this venture on your bike. It’s very small, hardly visible through the grass. Look for the small purple points on its head. They spawn in the over world, you don’t need to worry about random grass encounters.

You can change the weather yourself but fog is still notoriously difficult to find. I’m not sure if it will work but I was messing around randomly and got the fog weather with my date set to 6th January 2020 00:39.

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